If you make a call with your smartphone, the following message may appear on the display: "Conditional call forwarding active".
You will now be wondering what this message means and maybe how to disable it. We would like to explain to you what it has to do with the "conditional forwarding".
Conditional forwarding means that calls which are received during the currently started call are automatically sent to the forwarding number like a mailbox.
Call forwarding is activated by your mobile phone provider, such as Sprint, Verizon, At&T etc.
In order to deactivate the conditional forwarding, the call diversion must be switched off. There are various methods. One of them is via network code. First, you should be aware, however, if you want to disable it at all. Because then also no mailbox is activated, if a call is not accepted by you.
How to disable Conditional Forwarding on all smartphones:
Open the phone app on your smartphone, and then tap the keypad. Enter the following code to deactivate all call diversions:
- ## 002 #
Confirm the code by pressing the green handset (make a call.
All call forwarding are now switched off by your mobile phone provider. From now on, you will not receive a message with "Conditional call forwarding active" when making a call.
You have successfully disabled this!
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